Wednesday, October 12, 2005

Spellings gets "a little raunchy"

Secretary Spellings was quoted in the Washington Post talking about would-be Supreme Court Justice Harriet Miers. When asked about Miers' role as gatekeeper to the President, her comments were, well, interesting:

"The thing about Harriet is, it wasn't about Harriet," said Education Secretary Margaret Spellings, a friend. "To her, it was a matter of moving the grist through the mill. . . . She was a manager of the process."

Unlike some high-level presidential aides, Miers has never sought to advance her own views. Amid the clash of ideas and egos in the West Wing, colleagues say, she has been an island of reserve and decorum. "She blushes when the rest of us got a little raunchy," said Spellings, who worked with her closely as Bush's domestic policy adviser.

A little raunchy? OK, I so do not want to know what is going on in the Oval Office. Ewww!

Remember this?

Anyone think Bush is exploring his inner Clinton?


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